You just correctly described libgda, except libgda doesn't require you
to be using C.

On Mon, 2004-03-08 at 15:53, Linas Vepstas wrote:
> Yes. Although I already have a problem with terminology.  
> "database" is the wrong word, as it implies sql. Its broader
> than that.  I want two abilities:
> 1) the ability to take data, be it from sql, an xml file, or 
>    something ephemeral that came over a socket, and convert
>    it into a set of C-language objects that can be manipulated
>    and searched and operated on.  (Note that a possible data
>    source is a gtkentry widget...)
> 2) the ability to suck data out of the c-language objects, and
>    shove that data back to an sql database, or to an xml file
>    or to a socket, or into a gtk widget (for display) or into
>    an abiword document (for display). 
- Charlie

Charles Goodwin <charlie xwt org>
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